Johns Hopkins takes Carestream Vue PACS

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

April 23, 2014 -- Carestream Health has taken an order for its Vue PACS from Johns Hopkins Health System in Baltimore.

The PACS will be used initially by Johns Hopkins Hospital, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, and two outpatient centers.

The health system will manage the PACS from its data center at Mount Washington, MD, with imaging exams replicated and stored at a facility on Johns Hopkins' East Baltimore medical campus for disaster recovery.

Carestream Vue PACS features tools to support physician segmentation and bookmarking of cancerous lesions and automatically register 3D imaging datasets (such as MR and CT) to help highlight subtle changes in anatomy and enhance clinical collaboration.

Vue PACS also helps radiologists read mammography studies, including digital breast tomosynthesis exams, as it supports image interpretations from all breast imaging modalities on a single PACS workstation.


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